El sistema operativo para portátiles y tabletas de Google tendrá control por gestos de Android

Google’s operating system for laptops and tablets will have Android gesture control

Google's operating system for laptops and tablets will have Android gesture control

Google’s in-house Chrome OS already has a kind of gesture control for laptop touchpads, but even more should be possible for touchscreen devices. Currently it seems difficult for Google to also integrate the new Android 10 gesture control into the Chrome operating system. This becomes the classic button control that has long been available on Android and Chrome OS […]


Google’s in-house Chrome OS already has a kind of gesture control for laptop touchpads, but even more should be possible for touchscreen devices. Currently it seems difficult for Google to also integrate the new Android 10 gesture control into the Chrome operating system. This will completely replace the classic button control that was around for a long time on Android and Chrome OS touchscreen devices.

Basically, Google is currently working on a new tablet mode for Chrome OS, which will look a little different, and which has the new gesture control on board. ChromeUnboxed can now deliver the first screenshots, as the innovations in the Chrome OS developer versions can now be activated. Everything is not finished yet and partly cannot be used at all, but the signs can already be clearly read.

Chrome OS is also used on touchscreen devices

Touch control is practical on all touchscreen devices. There are also many Chromebooks available as convertibles (cover image). It’s even more understandable that Google also implements Android 10’s gesture control for Chrome OS.

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